one versionFrom your Thunder Bay Buick Cars Dealership in Canada, comes our insight and research based gathering of information on a daily basis from our keyboard to your brains.  Today’s topic hones in on the Buick Regal in the Thunder Bay Buick car lineup.  “General Motors introduced two new versions Tuesday of its Buick Regal, both aimed at riding the crest of trends sweeping the auto industry.”

For starters there exists the Buick Regal Sportback.  “The Regal Sportback is a sedan that has been given the slope-back looks of a coupe. It has a fastback-style appearance in which the roof tapers rearward almost to the trunk.” The styling has been around for almost a decade, as it began in the Jaguar’s XJ and Audi’s A7 and has been emulated now in many midsize and large cars, including several from GM, such as this Buick car from Thunder Bay about which we speak.

The second new one on the scene in the Buick cars of Thunder Bay ON, involves a wagon version of the Buick Regal mentioned above.  Denoted as the TourX trim level, it arrives now at a time when most all buyers of new cars, Buick and otherwise, are craving crossovers for the most part.  Those families and individuals buying new cars either want crossovers, it seems, or they are looking at SUVs.  Sedan purchases have slowed down significantly compared to the other two styles.  Here is what reviews are saying about the Buick cars in the TourX category, “TourX is likely to play more on the softer side of the crossover world, competing against models like Audi A4 Allroad and BMW 3-Series Sport Wagon. It will allow GM to offer what it is calling a crossover – even though it is derived from a sedan. Banish the thought of referring to TourX as a station wagon.”